What wrought this holy creation? Head baker Lori Kettelle (pictured above, right) said the dinner/donut mash-up is intended to bring different parts of the Providence culinary scene together, kind of like the first Thanksgiving at Plymouth, if the cornucopia were made of fried dough.
"Providence may be a tiny city, but we're fortunate to have an incredibly rich and lively food scene here. What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than with a donut collaboration?" she said.
The only drawback of the donuts (aside from them only being in Providence)? They aren't really designed to share, so there's no need to include friends and family.